The ‘Would You Rather’ Book Tag


Alright, so I may or may not be obsessed with tag posts (see my Reader Problems and Tom Hanks tag posts for evidence of my shame), but I’ve snagged this fun little number from Wander-ful Words, and am succumbing once again to my obsession.

(Seriously, though, these posts bring me back to those meme-answering, quiz-taking Livejournal days of old. *nostalgic sigh*)

As ever with my tag posts, I’m a super new blogger with no idea what tags anyone has already done, so if you come across this post and like the questions, do it!!

So, the question begs: If you could only do one or other, would you rather…

1. Read only trilogies or stand-alones?

I would definitely pick reading stand-alones until the end of time, and give up my trilogies. Stand-alones tell complete stories and surely cover most of the books ever written; I feel like I’d have plenty of reading material, whereas there are only so many trilogies out there.

2. Read only female or male authors?

This one is tricky, because if I choose only male authors, I lose JK Rowling, and if I pick only female authors, I lose Neil Gaiman  … and Stephen Fry … and Tolkien … and Patrick Ness, and Phillip Pullman and — Clearly, I’ve already read my share of male authors. I should probably pick female authors, develop a new list of favorites I can’t possibly live without.

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